Chapter Sponsorship

Become a Chapter Sponsor

LPGA Amateur Golf Association connects over 12,000 members in more than 100 chapters of aspiring and recreational women golfers across the world. We host over 7,500 local and national events every year, from social outings, league play and networking opportunities for the recreational golfer to individual and team national championships for the competitive player.

The Atlanta Chapter is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1991 to provide like-minded women with an environment to advance their recreational and professional interests through the game of golf.  With over 100 chapters throughout the United States, it is the largest amateur women’s golf association in the world. 

Established in 1994, the Atlanta chapter is very proud to be one of the first chapters created by the EWGA now LPGA Amateurs.  Today, our chapter includes over 120 members who live, work, and play golf throughout Atlanta.  LPGA Amateur members are among the most dynamic and influential women in the Atlanta metro area and represent hundreds of area businesses.  Importantly, an LPGA member is typically affluent, well-educated, and is making decisions to purchase goods and services for their companies and for themselves every day as evidenced by the following:


  • 45% earn in excess of $100K annually
  • 84% have college degrees; of these 44% have graduate degrees
  • 44% are either business owners, senior managers, executives or in professional/technical positions (10% own their own businesses)
  • Average annual spend of one EWGA member (including golf-related travel) is nearly $5,000
  • Average 18-hole equivalent rounds played by one EWGA member is 38 per year
Each year our chapter has enjoyed the financial support of a growing number of local, regional, and national businesses.  Sponsorship support allows us to defray administrative expenses and enables us to make important contributions to worthy causes such as Girls Inc. and Breast Cancer Research Foundation. 

Please consider this sponsorship opportunity as a means to promote your products or services.  Your marketing dollars work harder when you reach women who make the decisions!